Monthly Archives: March 2014

Hemlock Trees in Landscaping and Gardens

by Nancy Penrose Hemlock is the common name of the Tsuga, a member of the pine family and conifer genus. When the tree’s leaves are crushed, they smell like the poison hemlock plant (the plant that killed Socrates). However, unlike … Continue reading

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Big Trees Inc Assists In Long Distance Tree Transplant

Big Trees Inc Helps Transplant Weeping Sequoia Tree From Washington State To Utah SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/) a tree transplant company and tree nursery in the Seattle area, recently took on a part of a long-distance tree transplant … Continue reading

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Causes of Unhealthy Trees

By Nancy Penrose There are many factors that can impact a tree’s health, including the environment, stress, improper maintenance and care, pests, injury and disease. In the beginning stages of a decline, it may not be obvious that the tree … Continue reading

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